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  • 141Marie de' Medici cycle — The Marie de Medici Cycle is a series of twenty four paintings by Peter Paul Rubens commissioned by Marie de Medici, wife of Henry IV of France, for the Luxembourg Palace in Paris. Rubens received the commission in the autumn of 1621. After… …

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  • 142Four Marks of the Church — Part of a series on the History of Christian Theology …

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  • 143Martin Luther's views on Mary — Martin Luther s views of Jesus mother Mary developed out of the deep and pervasive medieval Christian Marian devotion on which he was reared and were subsequently clarified as part of his mature Christocentric theology and piety. [Eric W. Gritsch …

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  • 144Goodnow Library — Infobox nrhp | name =Goodnow Library nrhp type = caption = location= 21 Concord Rd., Sudbury, Massachusetts lat degrees = 42 lat minutes = 21 lat seconds = 47 lat direction = N long degrees = 71 long minutes = 25 long seconds = 2 long direction …

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  • 145George Robert White — Infobox Person name = George Robert White (1847 1922) caption = birth date = 1847 birth place = death date = 1922 death place = Boston, Ma other names = known for = Prominent Boston philanthropist, owner of Potter Drug Chemical Corporation,… …

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  • 146peace — peaceless, adj. peacelessness, n. peacelike, adj. /pees/, n., interj., v., peaced, peacing. n. 1. the normal, nonwarring condition of a nation, group of nations, or the world. 2. (often cap.) an agreement or treaty between warring or antagonistic …

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  • 147symphony — /sim feuh nee/, n., pl. symphonies. 1. Music. a. an elaborate instrumental composition in three or more movements, similar in form to a sonata but written for an orchestra and usually of far grander proportions and more varied elements. b. an… …

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  • 148Japanese language — Language spoken by about 125 million people on the islands of Japan, including the Ryukyus. The only other language of the Japanese archipelago is Ainu (see Ainu), now spoken by only a handful of people on Hokkaido, though once much more… …

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  • 149Chinatown, San Francisco — Chinatown   Neighborhood of San Francisco   A Gateway Arch (Dragon Gate) on Grant Avenue at Bush Street in Chinatown, the only authentic China …

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  • 150Chickamauga Wars (1776–1794) — The Chickamauga Wars (1776–1794) were a series of raids, campaigns, ambushes, minor skirmishes, and several full scale frontier battles which were a continuation of the Cherokee (Ani Yunwiya, Ani Kituwa, Tsalagi, Talligewi) struggle against… …

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  • 151Divine providence — Part of a series on Attributes of God in Christian theology Aseity Eternity …

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  • 152Presidency of Joseph Estrada — 13th President of the Philippines In office June 30, 1998 – January 20, 2001 Vice President …

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  • 153Massasoit National Wildlife Refuge — IUCN Category IV (Habitat/Species Management Area) …

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  • 154History of Boston — 1740 Faneuil Hall, sketch by John Smybert The 18th century Old State House in Bosto …

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  • 155October 2009 in sports — Worldwide current events | Sports events …

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  • 156Gun politics — A pyre of confiscated smuggled weapons about to be set ablaze in Nairobi, Kenya …

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  • 157Huldrych Zwingli — Huldrych (or Ulrich [Harvnb|Potter|1976|p=1. According to Potter, Huldrych was the spelling Zwingli preferred. However, Potter uses Ulrich , while Gäbler, Stephens, and Furcha uses Huldrych . His signature at the Marburg Colloquy was the… …

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  • 158James Monroe — For other people named James Monroe, see James Monroe (disambiguation). James Monroe 5th President of the United States In office March 4, 1817 – March 4, 1825 …

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  • 159Maine — This article is about the U.S. state of Maine. For other uses, see Maine (disambiguation). State of Maine …

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  • 160Persecution of Christians — This article is about acts committed against Christians because of their faith. For negative attitudes towards Christians, see Anti Christian sentiment. A Christian Dirce, by Henryk Siemiradzki. A Christian woman is martyred under Nero in this re …

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